The Killers, Chance the Rapper, Major Lazer and Odesza are set to headline the first Lost Lake Festival scheduled for October 20 to October 22 at Steele Indian School Park in Phoenix.
The days and times for the acts haven’t been announced yet, but we have the full lineup of acts:
Chance the Rapper
Run the Jewels
Huey Lewis & the News
A Tribe Called Red
Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Thursday, April 20, at lostlakefestival.com.
Created in partnership with cultural leaders in the Valley’s creative and artisan community, Lost Lake Festival tickets are $164.50 for general admission tickets and $499.50 for VIP. Both are three-day packages.
Besides music, local chef and restaurateur, Chris Bianco, owner of Pizzeria Bianco, will lead Lost Lake Festival’s culinary experience, “Phoenix Flavors.”
We’re super excited about that,” says Rick Farman, festival co-founder. “He’s obviously a true icon in the Phoenix and national culinary scene. To have him embrace this and put time toward helping us, is great.”
Festival-goers can enjoy food from dozens of top Phoenix restaurants, and drinks from local breweries and a collection of the region’s best cocktail bars.
In addition to “Phoenix Flavors,” the festival culinary experience will include “The Pits,” a barbecue experience, as well as the “Brewpark,” a craft beers and backyard bar-games area. The festival will also feature “The Lost Playground,” interactive play areas spread throughout the festival offering unique twists on large scale games and sports. Additionally, local artists and creators will be featured with the “Art of the Valley,” highlighting artwork from emerging talent and Phoenix favorites, and “Found: The Lost Lake Marketplace,” will include a curated selection of crafts, jewelry, clothing and more from regional makers and creators.
The Lost Lake Festival is partnering with Valley Metro for transport to the festival. Included with each festival ticket purchase, attendees will be able to park cars at the nearest Valley Metro park-and-ride location and ride the light rail by showing fare inspectors their festival tickets. There are two Valley Metro Rail stations that stop nearby the festival entrances along Central Avenue—Indian School Road and Campbell Avenue. There will be an area for bike valet if fans prefer to bike to the festival.
To further support the Phoenix community, Lost Lake Festival created the Lost Lake Works Fund, a charitable initiative that will work to enhance the missions of local nonprofits with a focus on arts and education.